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D1 Arkema: Lindsey Horan saves Lyon

Lyon and PSG both won in the Matchday 8 of D1 Arkema. While Parisians beat Bordeaux by 0-3, the title holders struggled with Le Havre but managed to get a narrow 1-0 win.

D1 Arkema, Matchday 8

Sunday, 20th of November

Olympique Lyon – Le Havre 1-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 49′ Lindsey Horan (OL)
Yellow cards: 46′ Laura Rueda (LH), 72′ Nadjma Ali Nadjim (LH)

Girondins Bordeaux – Paris Saint-Germain 0-3 (0-1)
Scorers: 45+2′ Kadidiatou Diani (P), 58′ Sandy Baltimore (P), 71′ Oriane Jean-Francois (P)
Yellow cards: 37′ Fiona Liagigre (B), 43′ Ashley Lawrene (P), 52′ Ramona Bachmann (P), 66′ Maelle Seguin (B), 90′ Marion Haelewyn (B)

Saturday, 19th of November

Stade Reims – Rodez 0-0 (0-0)
Scorers: /
Yellow cards: 18′ Solene Champagnac (R), 27′ Monique Ngock (S), 34′ Sonia Ouchene (S), 37′ Eloise Sevenne (R), 43′ Laurie Cance (R), 90+5′ Melchie Dumornay (S)

EA Guingamp – Paris FC 0-3 (0-3)
Scorers: 13′ Clara Mateo (P), 41′ Clara Mateo (P), 44′ Clara Mateo (P)
Yellow cards: 70′ Coumba Sow (P)

Montpellier HSC – Soyaux-Charente 2-2 (2-1)
Scorers: 13′ Laura Bourgouin (S) pen, 19′ Lea Khelifi (M), 24′ Nerilia Mondesir (M), 84′ Jessy Roux (S)
Yellow cards: 32′ Camilie Collin (S), 81′ Oceane Deslandes (M), 85′ Ipek Kaya (S), 89′ Agathe Donnary (S)

Dijon FCO – Fleury 91 1-5 (1-4)
Scorers: 12′ Jenna Dear (D), 18′ Batcheba Louis (F), 37′ Cecilie Sandvej (F) og, 39′ Batcheba Louis (F), 43′ Lea Le Garrec (F), 89′ Lea Le Garrec (F)
Yellow cards: /

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